Support for Mavic Air


FAQ

Around 5000 times.
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Please unfold the front landing gears before flight, or the remote controller‘s image transmission signal may be affected.
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Polycarbonate with high toughness.
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The compass is mounted to the tail of the aircraft and the antennas are mounted to the sides of the front landing gears.
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No.
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213 mm.
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No. Do not disassemble the aircraft's upper cover by yourself.
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168x184x64mm (L×W×H).
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To mount the gimbal protector, balance the gimbal, align the gimbal protector with the gimbal, push it in, and press it down.
To remove the gimbal protector, pinch its two sides, lift it up, and pull it out.
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The same way as the Mavic Pro.
Push both sticks to the bottom inner or outer corners to stop the motors. (Stop the motors when the aircraft crashes, the flight height cannot be controlled, or the aircraft attitude cannot be controlled.)
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It is to avoid the issue where we may frequently obtain data from users. The flight controller issue does not relate to the flight controller module only. So it is necessary to export all the modules' data.
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No. The Mavic Air uses a new flight controller hardware with a greatly enhanced running speed.
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A three-axis gimbal.
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Pitch: -90° to 0° (Default).
90° to 17° (Extended).
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No.
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To remove the cover, pinch the cover with two fingers, lift it up, and push it out.
To mount the cover, balance the gimbal, align the cover with the gimbal, push it in, and press it down.
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No.
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No. It is a prime lens.
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1/2.3" Sensor.
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The maximum resolution is 4056x3040.
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When recording 4K or 1080p video at 60 fps and 60 Mbps: 36 minutes
When recording 2.7K video at 45 Mbps: 48 minutes
When recording 1080p video at 50/48/30 fps and 40 Mbps: 52 minutes
When recording 720p or 1080p video at 25/24 fps and 25 Mbps: 84 minutes
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The camera cannot focus and the minimum distance between the lens and the focal point is 1 m.
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No.
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It is the same as that of the Spark. Power on the aircraft and remote controller, and press the Flight Pause Button, Function Button, and Customizable Button at the same time.
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No.
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Around 2.5 hours (tested in an experiment environment). It is for reference only.
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4000 m (FCC).
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2970 mAh.
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143.9x78.3x61.2 mm
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0℃ to 40℃
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2.4-2.4835 GHz and 5.725-5.850 GHz
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1000mA @ 3.7V
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Thickness: 6.5 to 8.5 mm
Max. Length: 160 mm
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Lightning, Micro USB (Type-B), and USB-C
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720P
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2.4 GHz: 4000 m (FCC), 2000 m (CE/SRRC/MIC)
5.8 GHz: 4000 m (FCC), 500 m (CE), 2500 m (SRRC)
(Tested in a place free of interference and unobstructed.)
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This is an overexposure or underexposure effect which happens when the manual exposure mode is enabled. Enter the camera view, tap the exposure settings in the lower right corner, and set the mode to auto exposure.
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If the aircraft has been connected to the remote controller, power on the aircraft, press the Function Button on the aircraft until the aircraft makes "DD" sounds. The aircraft is switched to Wi-Fi control mode. Then the Mavic Air's Wi-Fi can be found.
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2375 mAh
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Rated: 11.55 V
Max.: 13.2 V
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LiCo02
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27.43 Wh
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60 W
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2970 mAh
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Around 21 minutes (no winds at a constant speed of 25 km/h)
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5℃ to 40℃
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140 g
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The battery will also be upgraded when the aircraft is updated. A "Firmware Inconsistent" prompt will be displayed in the app. Slide the slider to update the battery.
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The intelligent chip of the battery is regulating its volume at all times. It does not need to be fully charged or discharged manually on a regular basis.
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Yes. Or it may damage the power port.
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To store the battery for a long period, discharge and charge the battery every three months.
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The new battery will enter the hibernation mode. Charge it to activate.
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The batteries will be charged in turn. The Charging Hub will charge them in sequence according to their power levels, from high to low.
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If the red part is seen, it means that the buckle is not mounted in place.
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68.4 km/h
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The diameter is 5.3 inch and the model is 5332S. The spark's 4.7-inch propellers cannot be used.
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Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyamide.
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It is to obtain better dynamic balance and reduce vibration, and it does not affect the aircraft's folding and portability.
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If the propeller is scratched, bent, or damaged, replace it immediately. It is recommended to replace them at least every three months.
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No.
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In ActiveTrack, select a target, and drag the frame in the screen to composite.
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a. Ensure that the lighting condition is adequate and the aircraft's vision systems can work normally.
b. The aircraft is in P mode.
c. Fly the aircraft in an open area. Do not fly the aircraft over crowds. Otherwise, accidents may occur due to wrong operations.
d. Fly on a fine day without winds or with a gentle breeze.
e. Fly with propeller guards mounted to the aircraft.
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No. The aircraft cannot take off from the palm, but it can be take off from the ground with gesture control.
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No. It is not recommended to land the aircraft on your hands.
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Yes. Precision Landing function is subject to the following:
1. The Home Point is recorded when taking-off and cannot not be refreshed during flight.
2. The aircraft takes off vertically (10 m).
Terrain Feature Detection:
The aircraft takes off and flies 30 m above the ground. When the aircraft flies within 20 m from the Home Point, the senor will scan the terrain. When the current terrain matches with the Home Point's terrain, the aircraft will land.
When the aircraft is beyond 20 m away from the Home Point, press the RTH button on the remote controller or tap the RTH button in the app, the aircraft will return to home, match with the image information from takeoff, move horizontally, or yaw to change its nose direction to achieve precision landing.
When the aircraft is landing, use the remote controller to control the following:
1. Pull the throttle stick downward to increase the descending speed.
2. Pulling the throttle stick upward or moving the control stick in any direction will stop Precision Landing. The aircraft will descend vertically and the Landing Protection will remain active.
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With Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS) enabled, the aircraft will auto plan the flight route when encountering an obstacle. Users can push the pitch stick forward or backward, and the aircraft will fly around the obstacle. If the aircraft cannot go around the obstacle, it will hover in place. Do not fly the aircraft over small obstacles or in a narrow area as APAS may not function normally.
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0.5 m to 8 m
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0.5 m to 30 m
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Detects clearly patterned surfaces with adequate lighting (1520%) (under daylight lamp indoors).
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It is not recommended to fly the aircraft close to the water (within 2 m from the water). When flying above the water, the vision positioning function will turn off automatically and only the GPS and barometer are used for positioning. The aircraft may even drop into the water.
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It is not recommended to fly the aircraft through a window. The aircraft cannot fly stably when the compass is interfered with or the GPS signal is poor due to a reflective glass or the steel structure of a building.
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Do not fly the Mavic Air in a foggy place. Otherwise, the Mavic Air's Vision System may malfunction, and may not even be able to land.
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1. Do not fly the aircraft over monochrome surface (e.g. pure black, pure white, pure red, and pure green).
2. Do not fly the aircraft over a highly reflective surface.
3. Do not fly the aircraft over water or transparent surfaces.
4. Do not fly the aircraft over moving surfaces or subjects (e.g. crowd, shrubs blown by winds, or grass).
5. Do not fly the aircraft in an area where the lighting changes frequently or drastically.
6. Do not fly the aircraft over extremely dark (lux<10) or bright (lux>10.000) surfaces.
7. Do not fly the aircraft over surfaces that can absorb or reflect infrared light (e.g. mirror surface).
8. Do not fly the aircraft over surfaces without clear patterns.
9. Do not fly the aircraft over surfaces with identical repeating patterns or textures (e.g. tiling).
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1. Flying toward small objects with the width less than 0.2 m or its size less than 0.25 square meters (e.g. power line)
2. Flying in a strong light. The aircraft may brake when flying toward the sun
3. Fly the aircraft over surfaces without clear patterns or with identical repeating patterns or textures (e.g. monochrome surfaces, white wall, and tiling)
4. Flying over a reflective surfaces (e.g. glass and mirror)
5. Flying to thin objects (e.g. leaves, and branches)
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Tutorial Videos

How to Use SmartCapture
How to Use SmartCapture
Activating the Aircraft
Activating the Aircraft
Linking the Remote Controlle
Linking the Remote Controlle
Updating the Firmware with DJI Assistant 2
Updating the Firmware with DJI Assistant 2
Updating the Firmware with DJI GO 4
Updating the Firmware with DJI GO 4
Calibrating the IMU
Calibrating the IMU
Mounting the Propeller Guards
Mounting the Propeller Guards
Calibrating the Aircraft Vision Systems
Calibrating the Aircraft Vision Systems

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